What 2019 Holds for Healthcare in the Cloud with NetApp and Microsoft Azure

NetApp and Microsoft have been working together for more than two decades to provide innovative solutions that make it simpler for healthcare customers to rapidly transform their technology operations. Microsoft and NetApp recognize healthcare organizations are considering large-scale migrations to the cloud to drive agility, improve developer productivity, and leverage CapEx improvements.
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Building a Logical Data Lake with Data Virtualization

Historically data lakes have been created as centralized physical data storage platform for data scientists to analyze data. But lately the explosion of big data, data privacy rules, departmental restrictions among many other things have made the centralized data repository approach less feasible. Using Data Virtualization allows organizations to create a logical - or virtual data lake - without having to physically copy and centralize all of their data.
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Delivering enterprise-class VDI with up to 50% less cloud spend – and immediate ROI

There is a global paradigm shift from how desktops are being delivered to employees. While VDI was once a relatively minor workload deployed as a temporary fix to user problems, VDI has now become a mainstream tier one workload. However, VDI can be complex, time consuming and hard. Further complicating things is the of VDI workloads to a public-cloud hosted environment. So how do you ensure that your IT staff is able to manage your VDI environment for your global remote on any cloud, easily, without breaking the bank? NetApp and MicroWorks have the answer.
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It’s Time to Adjust! Why Virtualization is Making Employee Engagement Drastically More Complex

A 2020 Gartner survey of finance executives reported that nearly 75% planned to make some of their workforce remote until 2021. Now, with the alarming rise in COVID cases being reported each day, the virtualization of America’s workforce may be extended well into 2021 and beyond, or become a permanent workforce strategy for many companies.
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Migrating your virtualization workloads to an OpenStack based infrastructure

Broadcom is acquiring VMware. Now what? If your infrastructure runs on VMware, you need to answer that question. And for many, or even most companies, the answer is to find a “Plan B” for their virtualized workloads and private-cloud infrastructure. Maybe you plan to eventually migrate to a fully cloud native architecture on a public or hybrid cloud, but right now you have lots of traditional workloads you're not sure you can refactor as cloud-native applications -- at least right away.
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